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Syracuse, NY, Media Group -- College Lacrosse

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by boundforboston, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. http://www.journalismjobs.com/Job_Listing.cfm?JobID=1452896

    If you have a knack for uncovering unique stories, this position offers you the opportunity to cover the Syracuse University lacrosse program, freqently one of the top teams in the nation, and engage with a passionate fan base that is eager for interaction. We are building the go-to site in the country for college lacrosse by creating a wide and loyal audience through smart reporting and aggregation, and promoting our work through social media and other reader contact. We're adding this role as part of an exciting initiative to redefine digital journalism in Central New York, and we've created a forward-thinking workspace with state-of-the-art tools for nimble digital and mobile journalism to help you optimize your impact.

    Syracuse is the economic and educational hub of Central New York, with Syracuse University right here and Cornell, Colgate and other top schools nearby -- ideal if you're considering continuing your education. You'll enjoy the stimulating environment of a college town as well as other great amenities. In fact, Syracuse was ranked 4th on Forbes' 2010 list of Top Ten Places to Raise a Family, and 8th on CareerBliss.com's 2012 list of Happiest Cities for Work in the US. You'll enjoy the "best of both worlds": the excitement and energy of a new initiative and the stability and resources of an established industry leader.

    To be a good fit for this opportunity you will have:

    Solid journalism experience, including a track record of success in sports reporting.
    Demonstrated familiarity with social media and digital tools of journalism.
    Proven experience building, maintaining and engaging an active audience in sports.
    Strong critical thinking skills and a focus on creating content for the audience rather than to promote particular teams, players or coaches.
    A proven ability to cultivate sources beyond the obvious ones.
    The ability to work independently and prioritize tasks appropriately under deadline pressure in mobile contexts.
    Strong reporting, writing and organizational skills.
    A solid understanding of news writing, journalistic ethics and story structure.
    Click the "Apply" button for further details...

    It didn't seem like the football job was paying much, so...
  2. GreenMonstah

    GreenMonstah New Member

    Has anyone here heard back from any of these Syracuse jobs? I know there were a few others such as the previously mentioned football one. Never heard anything though, just wondering.
  3. mrbigles01

    mrbigles01 Member

    Also applied into a black hole. I believe that the jobs came available when they went to their new digital first format.

    A guess, and mind you this is a total guess: The people who had these jobs prior to the conversion were made to reapply and most if not all of them got their spots back.
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